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Actually from what I'm reading now I think it adds the OC to base clock and boost. I stand corrected.
I am trying to OC as well. Oddly enough I can pas 2+ hours of crysis 2 and metro 2033 at +100 but it fails in Black ops 2 after 15 min -_-
You OC the base clock as usual. When needed, your boost clock is the highest possible. As long as you're below your power target and temperature (70C).
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You OC the base clock as usual. When needed, your boost clock is the highest possible. As long as you're below your power target and temperature (70C).

Any insight on the voltage thing? I wanna push more cause only +70 on core is weak. I plan on redoing the paste on the die, as I hear EVGA lets you do that withought voiding warranty.
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Any insight on the voltage thing? I wanna push more cause only +70 on core is weak. I plan on redoing the paste on the die, as I hear EVGA lets you do that withought voiding warranty.
As long as you're temps allow it, go for it thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1289489/gtx-680-670-unlocked-voltage-bios

With this you can run the card at its highest possible voltage without vmodding: 1.212V
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There's also this trick to keep your clocks and voltages from lowering automatically: http://www.overclock.net/t/1334755/600-series-downclocking-throttling-fix/0_20#post_18755242
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Nice finds! I wanna try this bios unlock thing, directions are only for 670/680 though. What did you do for your 660ti?
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It works for all GK104 GPU's, meaning the 660ti too wink.gif
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I'm wondering: Is there any difference in hardware between the Gigabyte GV-N66TWF2-2GD and the GV-N66TOC-2GD? I couldn't find any frontal PCB shots of the WF2, but this is a backside comparison:


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If not, there shouldn't be anything standing in the way of reflashing the WF2 with the OC BIOS and saving a few bucks, right?
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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103 View Post

Stock voltage, not sure what your talking about with bandwidth.....
I am using EVGA precision, I wanna try and increase voltage but dont wanna hurt card, plus I hear when normal boost kicks in it clocks to max voltage anyway, so increasing it wont help.
Open up GPU-Z and it will tell you what the Bandwidth of the card is (my main card is at 173GB/s at 1095/1802/1173 boost... maxes out core at 1310 in BF3 and such)
Main card is 80.5% asic, my 89% card maxes at 1340 with those settings I believe.
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now i'm confused.... BAH! I miss the simple OCing of my GTX 580, now they go ahead and put this boost crap on.
so how do i get 1250 core as everybody seems to be getting?
You are probably already hitting it. Download MSI Afterburner if you don't already have it, and after you play a game like BF3 or whatever demanding program you're running, look at MSI and scroll down to core clock. It monitors it graph style and you can run your mouse over it to find the highest point your card clocks to. For example mine boosts to 1310(primary card) and 1340(secondary card) mhz from 1095 core.

and yeah, I know I should switch my primary and slave cards around rolleyes.gif I'll get to it eventually biggrin.gif
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Hey guys! Didn't see this club, got a MSI 660Ti PE a couple months ago for my first build. Sooo much better compared to my old EVGA 550Ti.

I have the core overclocked 40mhz and the memory overclocked 400mhz. I have noticed that overclocking the memory gives a really significant boost to the FPS with this card.

Has anyone ever replaced the TIM on the MSI card? I have some pretty good thermal paste lying around and I was wondering if I should replace the one on the card. I don't really need to do it(Card runs at ~65C while stress testing), but I might just do it for fun biggrin.gif
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Hey guys! Didn't see this club, got a MSI 660Ti PE a couple months ago for my first build. Sooo much better compared to my old EVGA 550Ti.
I have the core overclocked 40mhz and the memory overclocked 400mhz. I have noticed that overclocking the memory gives a really significant boost to the FPS with this card.
Has anyone ever replaced the TIM on the MSI card? I have some pretty good thermal paste lying around and I was wondering if I should replace the one on the card. I don't really need to do it(Card runs at ~65C while stress testing), but I might just do it for fun biggrin.gif

Welcome the the club! I replaced the TIM on my MSI Gtx 660Ti PE/OC card with some Gelid GC Extreme and stays around 60c during BF3 and for sure never hits 65c! It's very easy to do just unscrew the 4 screws and detach the fan cable replace tim, connect the fan...screw eveyrthing back and you're good to go! thumb.gif
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